If the newsletter isn't displaying properly,
click here to view this email in your browser
Draft comments on the BAT reference document (BREF) - tell us what you think
The REA would like your views on our draft comments on the draft Waste Treatment BREF. We previously notified you that the first draft had been published and invited comments. Thank you to all those members who have provided feedback.

As a reminder the BREF is a European Commission document and when published will be the BAT conclusions that all AD and Composting sites (operating as installations or with PPC permits, i.e. over 100t/day for AD or over 75t/day for composting) have to comply with. So it's important to get it right!

We sit on the JRC's biological treatment sub-group and have incorporated the comments from REA members along with some of the comments from the sub-group and from the UK regulators. Please see the draft REA comments. There is a different tab for each chapter, with the most important one being chapter 6, the BAT conclusions. We have highlighted in green some comments we are particularly keen to have feedback on. Please add any thoughts to column F.

Please let Jenny know if you have any feedback or if you would like any further information. We need feedback by 11th March at the latest to enable us to incorporate comments in our response to the Commission. 
Best regards, 
REA Organics Recycling Group.

p.s. Last chance to book for our conference this Thursday - hope to see you there!
REA
REA
Facebook
Facebook
Twitter
Twitter
LinkedIn
LinkedIn
GROWING THE RENEWABLE ENERGY ECONOMY
Copyright © 2016 Renewable Energy Association.
All rights reserved.

You are receiving this email as a member of the Renewable Energy Association.
To update your subscriptions for REA mailings and sector groups, please click here 

To unsubscribe from all REA mailings and sector groups, please click here    
The information and opinions within this newsletter are for information purposes only. They are not intended to constitute legal or other professional advice, and should not be relied on or treated as a substitute for specific advice relevant to particular circumstances. The Renewable Energy Association, or any of its subsidiaries, shall accept no responsibility for any errors, omissions or misleading statements in this newsletter, or for any loss which may arise from reliance on materials contained within it. Certain parts of this newsletter may contain links to external Internet sites. The Renewable Energy Association is not responsible for the content of any external Internet sites.